Did Irish borrow words from Romance languages? "Capall" looks so similar to "Caballo" in Spanish.
I was wondering the exact same
According to wiktionary, it's the other way round - Latin borrowed "caballus" from Gaulish - it has a Proto-Celtic root.
(technically, capall and "caballo" are cognates - they share the same root).
When do you use a "g"?
After "ag an", for example. So "Tá X ag an gcapall" which is "The horse has X". This is an example of eclipsis, which also has a section in Duolingo that will hopefully explain more than I can.
the prase is soo hard please make it easy